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HPU Events
Text Book Buyback

Aug. 24, 9 am - 5 pm. The HPU Bookstore will be buying back used textbooks, 1154 Fort St., Room 220

Parents' Reception

Aug. 27, 6 pm - 8 pm. Meet HPU administrators and faculty at the windward campus academic center.

Women's Volleyball

Aug. 27, St. Martin's College

Sept. 6, Univ. of Hawai'i-Hilo

Sept. 28, 29, Chaminade University

HPU volleyball - with many national championship players returning. All games at St. Andrews Priory gym start at 7:30 pm.

Faculty Orientation/Assembly Mtg

Aug. 30, 9 am. Windward campus academic center.

Graduate Student Orientation

Aug. 30 - 31. See schedule, p. 3.

Undergraduate Student Orientation

Aug. 31. See schedule, p. 3.

Press Club Presents:

Jeff Allan, news director of ABC-TV, St. Louis, MO and author of Responsible Journalism

Sept. 4, 1:30 pm - 3 pm. Refreshments provided - all students welcome!

Music on the Mall

Sept. 7, 1 pm - 3 pm. Enjoy a free concert on Fort St. Mall.

Fall Club Carnival

Sept. 14, 10 am - 4 pm. HPU registered independent student organizations set up booths on Fort St. Mall. HPU band, dancers, and other groups provide entertainment.

Music on the Lawn

Sept. 21, noon - 2 pm. Enjoy a free concert on lawn at the windward campus.


Miss Chinatown Pageant

Sept. 1, 7 pm. Join the Chinatown Merchant's Association for the 2002 Miss Chinatown Scholarship Pageant, Hawai'i Theatre, 1130 Bethel St. $23. Call 528-0506 for information

10th Annual Benefit Horse Show

Sept. 1 and 2, from 10 am. Enjoy food booths and country store, events, demonstrations, exhibitions, and horse rides for kids and adults. Proceeds from this Maunawili Farm event go to the Hawai'i Humane Society. 1015 Auloa Rd, Kailua. Call 946-2187 ext. 225.

Aloha Festivals Royal Ball

Sept. 8, 6 - 11 pm. The royal courts from six islands, depicting the Hawaiian kings and queens of yesteryear in their Victorian finest are featured at this Hilton Hawaiian Village Tapa Ballroom gala event. Call 589-1771.

Aloha Festivals Opening Ceremony

Sept. 14, 5:30 pm. Traditional hula and mele (chants) at Iolani Palace introduce the Aloha Festivals Oahu Royal Court. Call 589-1771.

Downtown Ho'olaule'a

Sept. 14, 6:30 - 10 pm. Stroll the streets of Honolulu and enjoy ethnic foods, dances, and musical entertainment. Call 589-1771.

Floral Parade and Fun Day

Sept. 15, 9 am. The traditional Aloha Festivals "eruption of flowers" from Hobron Lane to the corner of Kalahaua and Kapahulu avenues is followed by a Family Fun Day with music, food, and fun for the keiki at Kapiolani Park. Call 589-1771.

Get the Drift and Bag It

Sept. 15, 9 - 11 am. Join the staff at Sea Life Park for this annual beach clean up. For information call 259-2512.

Waikiki Ho'olaule'a

Sept. 21, 7 - 10:30 pm. Oahu's largest annual block party with performance stages, food booths, and lei vendors. Call 589-1771. Includes the Mrs. America Pageant with Mrs. Hawai'i Sydney Fasi competing for the Mrs. America title at the Hilton Hawaiian Village. Call 949-4321.

Mauka Makai Cancer Benefit

Sept. 22. Benefit for the Cancer Research Center of Hawai'i, held on the Honolulu grounds of the Board of Water Supply, Beretania and Lauhala streets, will feature food, entertainment, and a silent auction. Call 589-2407.

Alliance for Arts Education Awards

Sept. 22, 7:30 pm. Youth Symphony conductor Henry Miyamura will be one of many honored at this annual awards presentation at Hawai'i Theatre.

Canoe Championship Race

Sept. 23, 7:30 am - 1:30 pm. 23rd Annual Bank of Hawai'i Na Wahine O Ke Kai Outrigger Canoe Championship Race, a 41-mile Molokai-to-Oahu event starts at Hale O Lono Harbor and finishes at Duke Kahanamnoku Beach at the Hilton Hawaiian Village. Call 259-7112.

Honolulu Club Pineapple Open

Sept 27 - 30. Racquetball and squash tournament. Call 543-3974.


Hawaiian Music Hall of Fame

Sept. 1, 4 pm. E Hoo'omau Ia, 2nd Annual Fall Concert to perpetuate the music of Na Lani Eha at Kawaiaha'o Church. Guest artists include Emma Veary, Kahauanu Lake and the Royal Hawaiian Band. $15 donation.

Mr. Las Vegas, Wayne Newton

Sept. 7, 8 pm. Sheraton Waikiki Hawai'i Ballroom is the venue for this Waikiki Community Center Benefit concert. $45 - $85. Call 922-4422.

Concerts at the Zoo

July 18, Ka'au Crater Boys July 25, Keoki Kahumoku & Herb Ota Celebrate summer with AT&T's Wildest Show at the Honolulu Zoo. Gates open at 4:35, concerts start at 6 p.m. $1 donation.

Shanghai Children's Art Troupe

July 28, 7 pm. and July 29, 2 pm. Internationally renowned group of youngsters 10-17 showcases choral works, dance and Beijing Opera at Neal S. Blaisdell Concert Hall. Tickets $15-$25. Call 526-4400.

At the Honolulu Academy of Arts:
900 South Beretania St., 532-8700.

Marco Rapetti, Piano

Sept. 15, 7:30 pm. Take a trip through time through the magic of one of Italy's finest rising young piano artists. $15/$12.

Jeff Linsky, Guitar

Sept. 22, 7:30 pm. Travel the world through Linsky's jazz, classical and Spanish guitar artistry. $15/$12.

Lila Kane

Sept. 30, 7:30 pm. This new age diva returns to Hawai'i after a successful mainland and European tour. Joined by local guest artist Lila. $15/$12.


Concerts at Sheraton Waikiki

Sept. 17 - 22, 5 - 5:45 pm; Sept 21, 7 pm. Celebrate Aloha Festivals week with nightly concerts at the Sheraton Waikiki and a block party stage at Friday's Ho'olaule'a. For details call 931-8404.

Azure McCall in Cancer Benefit

Sept. 28, 7 pm to midnight. Hawai'i's first lady of jazz at the Hawai'i Prince Hotel to benefit the American Cancer Society. Dinner for two and show, $250 - $1500. Show only (8:30 pm) $35. Call 944-3325.

Country Line Dance

Every thursday, 6 pm. At Windward Mall in Kaneohe.

Free Live Music Concerts

Fridays, 6:30 - 7:30 pm. Windward Mall in Kaneohe offers a regular schedule of events each month, including live concerts every Friday night. Call for information on artists, types of music, 235-1143.

Classes and lectures
Hunter Education Classes

Offered by the Hawaii Dept. of Land and Natural Resources Subjects covered include firearms and archery safety, survival, first aid, wildlife ID and conservation, rules and regulations. All sessions required for certification. Free. Call 587-0200.

Sept. 7, 5:45 - 10:15 pm; Sept. 8, 7:45 am - 3:30 pm. At schofield Barracks No. 1181. Sept. 21, 5:45 - 10:15 pm; Sept. 22, 7:45 am - 3:30 pm. At Nimitz Business Center, 1130 N. Nimitz Hwy. No.A-151.

"My Fair Lady"

Sept. 6 - 8, 13 - 15, 20 - 22. Army Community Theatre kicks off its 2001-2001 season with one of the most popular musicals of the 20th Century. At Richardson Theatre, Fort Shafter. Call for times at 438-1980.

"A Language of Their Own"

Sept. 6 - Oct. 7. A universal reflection on the nature of love, sexuality, and identity, kicks off the 2001-2002 season at Kumu Kahua. Call for times at 536-4222.

"The Debutante Ball"

Sept. 9, 16, 23. Reader's Theatre, Sundays, at Army Community Theatre, Fort Shafter. Call for times at 438-1980.

"Jekyll & Hyde"

Sept. 14 - 30. Laurence Paxton stars in the title role of this Diamond Head Theatre season opener. $10-$40. Call for times, tickets, at 733-0274.

"The Odd Couple"

Sept. 27 - 29, 7:30 pm; Sept. 30, 4 pm. Joe more and Pat Sajak, star in this joint production by Manoa Valley Theatre and Hawai'i Theatre. $17.50-$37. Call for times, tickets, at 528-0506.



George Woolard, Chuck Davis

Through Sept. 17. Abstract works on paper and canvas at Nohea Gallery in the Kahala Mandarin Oriental. Call 737-8688

Paintings by Love

Through Sept. 28. Hawai'i Pacific University's Katherine Love explores attitudes towards women's roles through time. Open daily, 8 am to 5 pm in the Windward campus Academic Center at 45-045 Kamehameha Hwy.

Dahlem Watercolors

Sept. 5 - 30. Impressionistic and abstract work by Dr. Nancy Dahlem at A Gift for All Seasons, 1123 11th Ave., Kaimuki.

At the Honolulu Academy of Arts

900 South Beretania Street, 532-8712. Information: 532-8700.

Austin Printmakers, through July 20 Selected Honolulu Printmakers and women artists of Austin, Texas present new works at the Academy Art Center.

Jun Kaneko's "Tropical Energy"

Extended through August 12 Recent ceramic sculpture and drawings by Jun Kaneko will continue to be displayed on the front lawn and interior courtyards. Other works are exhibited in the Graphic Arts Gallery.

Artists of Hawaii 2001

July 19 - August 26. The 51st annual multi-media exhibition highlights the best work of island artists. Includes work by invited photo artists Paul Kodama, Frank Salmoiraghi, Shuzo Uemoto. Juror: Arnold L. Lehman, Director, Brooklyn Museum of Art.

Peacefulness through Tea

July 18 - Sept. 2. Special exhibition of Urasenke modern tea utensils coincides with a world-wide convention of Urasenke tea enthusiasts.

Korean Fashions

Through Oct. 28. A rare collection of textiles from Korea's Ewha Woman's University, in the Asian Temporary Exhibition Gallery.

At the Honolulu Academy of Arts:
900 South Beretania St., 532-8700.

Inner World, Outer World, the Art of Keichi and Sueko Kimura

Aug. 30 - Oct. 28. Explore the work of two of Hawai'i's most notable contemporary Japanese artists.

Spirit of Nature

Sept. 7 - Oct. 31. Contemporary ink paintings by Chen KeZhan.

Korean Fashons

Through Oct. 28. A rare collection of textiles from Korea's Ewha Woman's University, in the Asian Temporary Exhibition Gallery.

At the Contemporary Museum:
2411 Makiki Heights Drive, 526-1322.

Enrique Martinez Celaya

Through Oct. 21.


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